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Get thee cultured!

Posted by Courtney Hollands  October 19, 2007 09:56 AM

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Obviously we all have Big Papi and Mike Lowell on the brain this weekend. But why not add a little art to your beer-and-sports-bar-soaked agenda with a trip to the Fort Point Open Studios? The 28th annual open studios features more than 200 artists working in various media: photography, video, jewelry, printmaking, mosaics, etc.

Not only can you get a jump on your holiday shopping but you can satisfy your voyeuristic side &mdash I know you have one &mdash by getting a taste for how artists work. Open studios are marked with red balloons ("You and I in a little toy shop, bought a bag of balloons...") and the event is blissfully free.

Oh, and go Sox!

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